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Karen Krizanovich

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Karen Krizanovich has appeared on TV (Newsnight, Review Show, CNN), published across mainstream UK media and heard on a variety of frequencies. She is the author of Infographic Guide to the Movies and can be found tweeting @krizanovich

Articles By Karen Krizanovich

I Am Divine

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Finding Vivian Maier

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Chef

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DVD: The Abominable Dr Phibes and Dr Phibes Rises Again

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A Million Ways to Die in the West

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DVD: Stranger by the Lake

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Fading Gigolo

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Godzilla

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Pompeii

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Noah

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The Double

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Muppets Most Wanted

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Starred Up

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The Machine

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Oscars 2014: Best Screenplays/Supporting Actor/Actress

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The Monuments Men

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